APARTMENT 19 MUSIC releases SHOCKING ‘Whisper’ Single BY RDX
Recording Label Apt 19 music, responsible for smash hits such as ‘broad out’ and ‘jump’ and most recently ‘Hold Yuh Lane’ and ‘Head Top’ all by RDX, has released another track bound to create SHOCK and AWE!
‘Whisper’, referred to as the ‘Bedroom Song’ by Delomar X was produced by Apartment 19 in house producer Picante, who has also produced ‘Throat’ by Gage and ‘Picante’ by Busy Signal.
Whisper gives a more provocative style to the Dynamic Dancehall Duo’s energy “We are known for fast beats but sometimes it’s necessary to slow it down to bring out that sexy sound” Delomar X explained
Seen as a follow up to the ‘Naughty Girl’ single, Whisper epitomizes dancehall sensuality “We like to explore with colours that reflect our moods and this works in tandem with our recording process, we also listen to our fans and when the ladies request the sexier sounds that they can slow whine to, we have to oblige” Renigade added
Plans are already under way to shoot a video for the new project, certain to add to the already increasing popularity of the track.
RDX is also still reveling in the popularity of their most recent collaboration with Billboard Platinum Producer Major Lazer, “Lose Yourself’ has already garnered over one million views on YouTube since its release in March 2014.
Working with Major Lazer has been a great experience for the duo since they knocked heads on the EDM remix to their ‘Jump’ single almost two years ago, exposing their music to new markets. With the fast rising popularity of ‘Lose Yourself’ on the international and local platforms RDX is sure to continue their musical mission of taking dancehall music to every corner and crevice of the World.
This is in fact the intention with new raunchy single ‘Whisper’ by the duo, most assuredly set in play to turn some heads and cause some prudes to blush. It is distributed digitally by 21st Hapilos Distribution.
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